Stars Beat Lightning in Double Overtime to Force Game 6

EDMONTON, Alberta — The injuries keep piling up, but the Dallas Stars are still alive. Corey Perry’s double-overtime goal on Saturday night forced the Stanley Cup finals into Game 6. The goal was Perry’s second of the night in the 3-2 win at Rogers Place. Joe Pavelski also scored for Dallas, while Ondrej Palat and […]

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Angels vs. Dodgers interrupted by power outage at Dodger Stadium

Hansel Robles didn’t have a shut-down inning for the Angels on Saturday night, but he still managed to turn out the Dodgers’ lights. Dodger Stadium briefly went pitch-black after Kiké Hernández flew out to end the sixth inning. The power flickered back on after a few moments, with the ribbon LED boards and lights on […]

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Hernández: Clayton Kershaw still has time to exorcise the demons of Octobers past

Clayton Kershaw can still have his moment. He can still retrieve the glory that was stolen from him. There is still time. The gears in the clock are rotating backward. The sand is trickling from the bottom of the hourglass to the top. Kershaw is about to get a postseason do-over, not as a faded […]

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Public Enemy’s Chuck D on Breonna Taylor case: ‘It was a teachable moment’

Public Enemy is still ready to “Fight the Power.” Thirty-one years after that iconic track dropped, the legendary Long Island posse returns Friday with a new LP, “What You Gonna Do When the Grid Goes Down?” It marks the group’s return to Def Jam, the iconic hip-hop label that they helped build, and features “Fight […]

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Prince Harry & Meghan Markle’s Romance Timeline: From First Meeting To Royal Wedding To Baby Archie & Beyond

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are still writing their fairytale! Take a look back at their romance — from dates, to engagement, wedding, baby, and more! We can’t believe it’s been over two years since Prince Harry, 36, and Meghan Markle, 39, exchanged their vows and became husband and wife. In that time, so much has […]

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Sabrina Ionescu Opens Up About Kobe Bryant and Rookie Year Woes

Want more basketball in your inbox? . Corner Three Image Giannis Antetokounmpo was still the season’s most valuable player, even if you think LeBron James is better in general, Marc Stein says.Credit…Mark J. Terrill/Associated Press You ask; I answer. Every week in this space, I’ll field three questions posed via email at marcstein-newsletter@nytimes.com. Please include […]

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The Jump looks back at the Lakers’ best playoff game winners

With the world still buzzing from Anthony Davis’ buzzer-beater in Game 2 vs the Denver Nuggets, The Jump’s Rachel Nichols, Richard Jefferson and Vince Carter review the best playoff game-winning shots from the Los Angeles Lakers, featuring Kobe Bryant, Robert Horry, Magic Johnson, Derek Fisher and Ron Artest. They also discuss AD’s matchup vs Nikola […]

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Skai Jackson Admits She Was ‘Freaking Out’ During 1st ‘DWTS’ Dance Despite Getting Highest Scores

Skai Jackson is already a ‘DWTS’ frontrunner, but she still gets nervous! She told HL EXCLUSIVELY that she was ‘freaking out’ during her first dance and only remembers ‘starting and finishing.’ Skai Jackson, 18, and Alan Bersten, 26, wowed with their tango during the Dancing With the Stars season 29 premiere. Their fierce performance earned […]

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Cuomo admin. blames bank for New Yorkers not getting their jobless benefits

The Cuomo administration is still getting inundated with complaints from frustrated jobless New Yorkers who haven’t received federal pandemic-related unemployment benefits that officials promised to transfer into their accounts last week. “Everybody’s struggling, we all need our money,” said Elizabeth Overby Ronchi, 65, who worked at Carnegie Hall, the famed Manhattan music venue shuttered during […]

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Chargers quarterback Tyrod Taylor, hospitalized with chest pains, to start if healthy

Still facing so much uncertainty, coach Anthony Lynn wasn’t ready to identify his starting quarterback Sunday. He said he first needed to be certain of the status of Tyrod Taylor, who missed the 23-20 overtime loss to Kansas City after having difficulty breathing before the game. Lynn said Taylor complained of “chest pain,” was taken […]

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Zendaya Stuns In Custom Pearl & Crystal Embellished Bandeau & Polka Dot Skirt As She Accepts 1st Emmy

The 2020 Emmys may have been from home, but Zendaya still brought her fashion A-game. She wowed in a pretty purple dress for the virtual ceremony and then changed for when she accepted her EMMY! Zendaya is already a fashion icon at 24 years old, and she certainly showed off her incredible style during the […]

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Zendaya Wows In Regal Purple Dress & Gorgeous Jewels At The 2020 Emmys

The 2020 Emmys may have been from home, but Zendaya still brought her fashion A-game. The Emmy nominee wowed in a pretty purple dress for the virtual ceremony. Zendaya is already a fashion icon at 24 years old, and she certainly showed off her incredible style during the 2020 Emmy Awards. The actress, who is […]

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Pandemic retools diplomacy as world leaders gather virtually

With COVID-19 still careening across the planet, the annual gathering of its leaders in New York will be replaced this year by a global patchwork of prerecorded speeches, another piece of upheaval in a deeply divided world turned topsy-turvy by a pandemic with no endpoint in sight. As U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres put it: “The […]

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Cardi B Slays In Purple Bustier Gown Amidst Divorce Drama From Offset — Watch

Cardi B may be going through a divorce, but she’s still on top of the world. The rapper stunned in a floral dress in the music video for Anitta’s song ‘Me Gusta’. Despite Cardi B‘s personal life being in the headlines, she’s gotten right back to work, appearing in the music video for Brazilian singer […]

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Poly High teachers reach new heights, again

“Our students know that even at a distance, their teachers still support, guide, and root for them.” – Elidia Vazquez, principal of John H. Francis Polytechnic High School in Sun Valley  It’s the interaction they miss most. The being in the classroom and seeing the body language that tells you whether your students are getting […]

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Sparks’ playoff loss does not sit well with Candace Parker

The ones that got away haunt Candace Parker. The Sparks forward still remembers Sophia Young’s bank shot in Game 2 of the 2008 Western Conference finals and Brittney Griner’s turnaround jumper at Staples Center that sent the Sparks home in 2013. All those close calls against Minnesota. Add Thursday’s loss to the seventh-seeded Connecticut Sun […]

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Olympians transform into ‘The Avengers’ for new video game

The 2020 Olympics were called off, but a few Olympians still suited up. Sports power players from Team USA Simone Biles, Nathan Adrian, Jagger Eaton and Allyson Felix transformed into “The Avengers” to celebrate the release of a new Marvel Universe video game, which debuted earlier this month through Square Enix games. The real-life superheroes […]

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Buy This $29 Antenna Once & Basically Get Free Cable For Life

Even if you’re breaking up with your cable provider, there’s an easy way to still get most of your favorite channels, basically for free. If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, we may receive an affiliate commission. This $29 antenna plugs into your TV and instantly picks […]

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Wildfires Live Updates: Dry Lightning Could Threaten Western Oregon

Here’s what you need to know: The authorities are still struggling against misinformation in the fire zone. The authorities in Western states, still locked in a grueling battle to contain fast-moving fires, struggled to tamp down waves of false rumors and misinformation that have created confusion and fear in communities directly threatened by the flames. […]

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USC, UCLA ADs team up to revive hopes for a college football season in fall

The day began with the Pac-12 standing alone, the lone Power Five conference still sticking by its decision to sit out the fall football season. But after all of twists and turns on a wild day, after the hand-wringing and conflicting statements and political posturing, the athletic directors from USC and UCLA sat on a […]

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India’s coronavirus cases surpass 5 million, outbreak still soaring

NEW DELHI (AP) — India’s confirmed coronavirus infections passed 5 million on Wednesday, still soaring and testing the feeble health care system in tens of thousands of impoverished towns and villages. The world’s second-most populous country has added more than 1 million cases this month alone and is expected to become the pandemic’s worst-hit country […]

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EU must complete banking and capital markets union: EU executive

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union should not withdraw fiscal support to the economy still reeling from the COVI-19 pandemic and must complete its banking and capital markets union projects to make it more resilient, European Commission head Ursula von der Leyen said in a speech on Wednesday. Disclaimer: Fusion Media would like to remind […]

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How the Fed’s Quick Action May Have Given Congress Cover for Inaction

ImageOutside the New York Stock Exchange. Most of the portfolios of wealthy Americans are still in good shape, but many ordinary Americans are struggling.  Credit…Mark Abramson for The New York Times By many measures, the Federal Reserve’s efforts to rescue the economy this spring were a resounding success. The financial system is stable, the stock market […]

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Race tightening but Biden remains on top 50 days out from election

With 50 days to go until Election Day on Nov. 3, it still appears to be Joe Biden’s race to lose. But the contest between the Democratic presidential nominee and President Trump has tightened over the past month. And team Trump continues to suggest that, as in 2016, the Republican is doing better than polls […]

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